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Step 7) How to Compose your Music
 Step 7)  Part 1 – Quick summary of How to Compose and main focus
 Step 7)  Part 2 – Begin with the main purpose for Songwriting
 Step 7)  Part 3  – Songwriting usually begins with…
 Step 7)  Part 4 – A quick look ahead – what’s in store for you
 Step 7)  Part 5 – You have to tell your body to play or sing
 Step 7)  Part 6 – It all starts with your intention
 Step 7)  Part 7 – You also use your attention to compose
 Step 7)  Part 8 – Always be completely satisfied
 Step 7)  Part 9 – What is a completed song?
 Step 7)  Part 10 – Some things you may need along the way

 Step 7)  Part 11 – Name the emotion and message
Step 7)  Part 12 – Rhythm speed and timing
 Step 7)  Part 13 – Preparing for and composing your main melody
Step 7)  Part 14 – Some key points to ponder
 Step 7)  Part 15 – The Key and Scale should match the emotion
 Step 7)  Part 16 – Compose your song stage by stage
Step 7)  Part 17 – Structure and Sequence
 Step 7)  Part 18 – Harmony & Disharmony
 Step 7)  Part 19 – Choosing instruments and voice

 Step 7)  Part 20 – Your satisfaction
 Step 7)  Part 21 – Keep in mind when composing music
 Step 7)  Part 22 – A sudden inspiration
 Step 7)  Part 23 – Calm focus cannot be stressed enough
 Step 7)  Part 24 – Your best critic
 Step 7)  Part 25 – Repetitve listening to your song works
 Step 7)  Part 26 – Aesthetics
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